Today is a day of mourning and a sad day for the Ghana Police Service since they have lost a very good policeman. Chief Inspector James Issaka Aromah happens to be the deceased and it is sad realizing the manner in which he died.
Inspector James was a Ghanaian policeman who unfortunately died while on duty. According to the official page of the Ghana Police Service, he died in a motor accident while responding to a robbery incident on the Tamale-Walewale highway.
He only wanted to ensure safety of the citizens but ended up losing his precious life. I think it is high time we increased the respect we have for policemen, they are going through the worst just for our sake.
According to the official page of the Ghana Police Service, Chief Inspector James Issaka Aromah was enlisted into the Ghana Police Service on 4th July, 1995.
1995 to 2021 shows you how long he served his motherland. It requires much dedication and passion to last longer in such a profession.
Popularly known as Chief Aroma, this inspector never tolerated theft and was always ready to smoke out robbers from any hole they hid inside.
No wonder he was the leader of an anti-robbery taskforce, deployed to counter robbery activities and ensure the safety of commuters on the highway. Chief Aroma led his team to perform creditably until his untimely death which happened on 21st October, 2021
There is an end to everything in this life. Sometimes, the unexpected end happens but all the same, we move regardless. Chief Aroma is being laid to rest today after the unfortunate circumstance. He died serving his nation, may his soul rest in peace.
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